On a Mac, you will need ZipIt to decompress the zip files.

Double-click ZipIt and Open the zip archive - or simply drag the zip file icon onto the ZipIt icon.

'Select All' from the 'Edit' menu, 'Extract' from 'Zip' menu, and 'Save All'.


If you're using Mac OsX, skip the TT-Convert step below. Otherwise...

How To Convert PC Fonts For Use On A Mac Using TT-Converter

TT-Convert converts between formats, not between font types. It will convert back and forth from PC to Mac TrueType and from PC to Mac PostScript. It can not convert between TrueType and PostScript formats.

Open TT-Converter and from within the program, and open the .ttf file you wish to convert - or simply drag your .ttf files onto the TT-Converter icon.

A dialog box will now appear. If the highlighted box 'Save Converted Font As', doesn't already have a name in it, enter its name. Click 'Customize Font' and enter the font's name into the 'Font Name' box.

Click 'OK' in that dialog box, then click 'Save' in the next dialog box - ignore everything else. You should now have successfully converted a PC font for use on a Mac.


Install Your Newly Converted Fonts Onto Your Mac

Drag the font(s) to the 'Font Folder' inside your System Folder - or simply drag the font(s) to your 'System Folder', and click 'OK' in the dialog box that automatically comes up.

Only after you've loaded the font can you start the program you want to use it in.

Sometimes, newly added fonts do not show up in your font lists until you restart your Mac.

With everything done correctly, you can now use the new font(s) in any Macintosh program!

Joker 2005